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Heidelberg: rampage on university campus with several injuries – attacker dead after attack in lecture hall

A large-scale police operation is underway on the university campus in Heidelberg. One person is said to have injured several other people.

According to information from the German Press Agency, there was a killing spree on the premises of Heidelberg University. A lone perpetrator injured several people in a lecture hall with a long gun on Monday afternoon, the police said. The perpetrator is now dead.

Neuenheimer Feld is a new development area. There are, among other things, the botanical garden and parts of the university hospital. A police spokesman told Welt that after the killing spree in a university lecture hall in Neuenheimer Feld, a single perpetrator was assumed. The spokesman did not say whether the perpetrator was a student. Nothing is known about the nature of the injuries sustained by the victims.

Heidelberg: Targeted attack or killing spree?

As the dpa news agency reported, the attack was a killing spree. However, there is still no official confirmation that the perpetrator chose his victims at random. According to Heidelberg24, the Heidelberg university campus remains closed over a wide area. However, speculation that the perpetrator was a student has not yet been confirmed.

Details were not initially known. The police asked motorists to drive around the site so that rescue workers can drive freely. (red/dpa/afp)

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